Cambridge University Press

Cambridge University Press is the publishing business of the University of Cambridge. Granted letters patent by King Henry VIII in 1534, it is the oldest university press in the... Wikipedia

  • Parent company:  Cambridge University Press & Assessment
  • Status:  Department of the University of Cambridge
  • Founded:  1534
  • Founder:  King Henry VIII of England
  • Country of origin:  Kingdom of England (since 1534)
  • Headquarters location:  Cambridge, England
  • Distribution:  Self-distributed, Ingram Content Group (US fulfillment), DHL Supply Chain (UK fulfillment)
  • Key people:  Stephen Toope, Peter Andrew Jestyn Phillips
  • Nonfiction topics:  Humanities, social sciences, science, medicine, engineering and technology, English language teaching and learning, education, Bibles
  • Fiction genres:  academic / educational
  • Imprints:  Cambridge University Press
  • Revenue:  £336 million (2020)
  • Number of employees:  3,039, 58% are outside the UK
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo